1 edition of Water-loss investigations, Lake Hefner studies found in the catalog.
Water-loss investigations, Lake Hefner studies
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper -- 269.|
|Contributions||United States. Weather Bureau.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
Compiled by John S. Havens U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Oklahoma City, Oklahoma U.S. Geological Survey, , Water-loss investigations; Lake Hefner studies, technical report: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper , p. ground-water studies in the lower Arkansas and Verdigris River valleys, Arkansas and Author: John S. Havens. In field studies at Lake Hefner in Oklahoma, the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation researchers found the wind to be the most important single factor in the application and maintenance of a film When the wind velocity increases beyond 12 to 15 km. per hour, the scraping action of wind on the monomolecular film on the water surface sets in   .Cited by: 1.
Measurements of incoming global, diffuse and reflected radiation at a tower site in Lake Ontario are used to evaluate components of surface albedo. Albedo for diffuse radiation lies between and and a coefficient for backscatter from sub-surface water layers shows little deviation from a mean of Direct beam albedo for a calm surface follows the Fresnel by: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON EVAPORATION AND TRANSPIRATION By T. W. ROBINSON and A. I. JOHNSON INTRODUCTION Evaporation to the hydrologist is the process by which water moves as vapor from water or soil surfaces into the atmosphere, and transpiration is the process by which water is discharged into the atmosphere by by: 4.
USGS Lake Hefner at Oklahoma City, OK. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Available data for this site Click to hide station-specific text Station operated in cooperation with the City of Oklahoma City. or future use in general scientific or interpretive studies. This report is the third and final one of the series on water-loss investigations conducted jointly by several Federal agencies during the years Previous reports are water-loss investigations: Lake Hefner studies, technical report (Geological Survey Pro.
Elements of Soviet labor law
The curse of Camp Cold Lake.
The CSFB guide to the guilder bond markets
Adverse health consequences of cocaine abuse
Civil preparedness and post-attack U.S. economic recovery
Bacteriological water quality of Tulpehocken Creek basin, Berks and Lebanon Counties, Pennsylvania
When children grieve [videorecording]
Travels into several remote nations of the world
English church architecture from the earliest times to the Reformation.
Palestine Exploration Fund
How they found Christ
Water-loss investigations; Lake Hefner Lake Hefner studies book, technical report,USGS Professional Paper, PP pages with figures.
[USGS.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Water-loss investigations; Lake Hefner studies, technical report,USGS Professional Paper, PP pages with : USGS. Water-loss investigations; Lake Hefner studies, technical report,Geological Survey Professional Paper, P [United States Geological Survey.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : United States Geological Survey.
Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe : U.S.
Geological Survey. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Water-loss investigations, Lake Hefner studies. Washington: U.S.
G.P.O., (OCoLC) Material Type. Get this from a library. Water-loss investigations: volume 1, Lake Hefner studies: technical report. [United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Ships.; U.S. Navy. Get this from a library.
Water-loss investigations. Lake Hefner studies book Volume 1, Lake Hefner studies, technical report. [Geological Survey (U.S.),; United States. Department of the Navy. Get this from a library. Water-loss investigations: Lake Hefner studies, base data report. [Geological Survey (U.S.); United States.
Weather Bureau.]. Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Water-loss investigations, Lake Hefner studies. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., In the Lake Hefner investiga-tion7 the evaporation was found to be directly proportional to the wind velocity, a result which fer studies in: Water Loss Investigations, Lake Hefner Studies, Technical Report U.
Geol. Surv. Prof. Paper, A PAN-LAKE EVAPORATION RELATIONSHIP TABLE l Estimated evaporation over Lake Hefner heat budget periods Commencing date ix 8.x x iv vi viii viii Lake evaporation Esti- No.
Esti- mated of Evalu- mated by No. days ated by pan applying of also by heat con- days included budget version simple Cited by: The results of these investigations led to the development of a method of applying, from a boat, a water slurry of powdered hexadecanol.
The technique was tested at Carter Lake and used at Lake Hefner. Monolayer behavior studies were performed at Lake Mead and Sahuaro by: 5. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. United States Navy Department Bureau of Ships Bureau of Ships: Water-loss investigations: volume 1, Lake Hefner studies: technical report / (Washington: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, ). Chapter A5. U.S. Geological Survey TWRI Book 9 5/99 Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations Book 9 Handbooks for Water-Resources Investigations Chapters of Section A, National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data A1.
Preparations for Water Sampling A2. Selection of Equipment for Water Sampling Size: 1MB. A time- and depth-dependent model for physical, chemical and biological cycles in temperate lakes. Ecol. Modelling, 8: A numerical model is developed for use in studying the complex relationships between physical, chemical and biological processes occurring in many deep, stratified temperate by: where b is the constant of proportionality.
The magnitude of b is a measure of the effectiveness with which heat transfer takes place between the pan and its surroundings, in response to the change in aridity of the environment ΔQ, and relative to the response of the natural evaporation from the surrounding landscape; it can therefore be referred to as an effectiveness by: The outcomes of such simulations are then compared with the PEG-model of phytoplankton succession (see Section ) propounded by Sommer et al.
(), which was originally elaborated to explain the pattern of seasonal change in species dominance, as regularly observed in Lake Cited by: UTILITY OF SELECTED WESTERN LAKES AND S FOR WATER-LOSS STUDIES By G. Earl Harbeck, Jr., and others INTERIM REPORT ON LAKE HEFNER WATER-LOSS INVESTIGATIONS.
' UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Oscar L. Chapman, Secretary GEOLOGICAL SURVEY W. Wrather, Director Cited by: 4. 2. U.S. Dept.
Interior Publication: Water-loss Investigations: Lake Hefner Evaporation Reduction Investigations (); U.S. Dept. Interior Publication, Chem Cited by: 7. Part of the Handbook of Environmental Engineering book series (HEE, volume 1) Abstract The total volume of air within earth’s atmosphere, which constitutes the most important resource of our planet, is estimated at x 10 24 cm 3.
White, W.N. (), ‘A method of estimating ground water supplies based on discharge by plants and evaporation from soil: Results of investigation in Escalante Valley, Utah,’ U.S. Geological Water Supply Paper A.
Google Scholar. Assuming an average relative humidity of 50% and using Equation (6), the calculated value of kw for the three freshwater lakes is cm sec-l = cm hr-I. average Table 3 AVERAGE EVAPORATION RATE OF WATER FROM THREE LAKES N w Location ~sm cm-I see-I x i0) Lake Hefner, Oklahoma Lake Mead, Nevada Pretty Lake, Indiana Average Cited by: Bulk aerodynamic method The following relation was obtained from investigations at Lake Hefner (U.S.
Geological Survey, ), and supported by investigations at Lake Mead (Harbeck et al., ) and at Lake Eucumbene and other lakes in Australia (Webb, a, b; Hoy and Stephens, ) EB = U~(eo --e2) (2) where U2 is wind speed at 2 m Cited by: 1.
Water-loss Investigation Lake Hefner Evaporation Reduction Investigation, U.S. Dept. Interior Pub.(); Water Loss Investigations Lake Cachuma Cited by: 4.